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Slaven slates 'sloppy' Hammers


Filed: Saturday, 16th January 2016
By: Staff Writer


Slaven Bilic has admitted that his side were 'sloppy' against Newcastle in this afternoon's Premier League clash at St James' Park.

The Hammers fell to a first defeat in the league since November after a dreadful start saw the hosts take an early two-goal advantage.

And whilst Bilic admitted that Newcastle deserved the win, he felt that his side were the better team after the break and could even have snatched an equaliser at the death.

Click the play button below to listen to more of Bilic's post-match thoughts.








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